Hamaji’s top is decorated with a colorful motif depicting the Southern Carmine Bee Eater birds—crafted by local artisans using traditional woodblock printing and embroidery techniques. Made in Kenya from lightweight silk-like Tencel, it has a plunging neckline, a deep V-shaped back, and a flouncy peplum hem that helps create an hourglass shape. Style yours with wide-leg pants from the collection.
- V-neck, low-cut back, peplum hem
- Crafted with natural fibers and dyes, using processes that benefit local communities by providing access to jobs with fair wages and preserving traditional artisanal techniques
- Made in Kenya, ships from Kenya
SIZE, FIT & OPACITY
- Lightweight, non-stretchy fabric
- Take one size larger than usual to enhance the oversized fit
- Fits true to size
- Model is 180cm tall and wearing a size UK 10
Shipping & Returns
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Based in Kilifi, a small town on Kenya’s east coast, designer Louise Sommerlatte channels an admiration for her local landscape into a rotation of easy-wearing pieces at the intersection of timeless femininity and contemporary craft. Fabrics from Indian saris and velvet curtains are diverted from landfills at local markets before beginning a slow, considered journey through the hands of Sommerlatte’s network of skilled artisans. Custom block prints, beadwork, natural dyes, and hand embellishment are used to infuse Hamaji designs with the trend-transcending vitality of the artist’s touch.